compliance for ecological balance
The recent natural disaster has once again revealed that users of natural resources are responsible to a great extent, because they have created an ecological imbalance, feels
Akash Bansal, Head Logistics, Om Logistics. He highlights major initiatives for the larger interest of the environment and ecological balance.
“Ifeel that, until all human beings understand and realise the collective responsibility to safeguard and conserve nature, it would be very difficult to control disasters like Uttarakhand. Everyone has to take at least one step towards conservation of our natural resources,” appealed Bansal.
He also maintained that as a responsible logistics company in India, Om Logistics is sensitive towards nature and thinks about all possible CSR (Corporate Social Responsibilities) activities for its contribution to the same. “We are going around with regular green initiatives of planting tress all around our warehouse and also using green warehouse structures with sufficient natural lighting to conserve electricity. We have also taken a step towards certification on green initiatives and have lately being certified as ISO-14001 compliant organisation. We would also be aiming at all possible ways to contribute a green logistics environment for our customers,” informed Bansal.
We are going around with regular green initiatives of planting tress all around our warehouse and also using green warehouse structures with sufficient natural lighting to conserve electricity”
Akash Bansal Head logistics, om logistics
Bansal feels that voluntary initiatives need some validation and control mechanism to further strengthen compliances. And, Om Logistics have a very strict preventive maintenance schedule for its vehicles to ensure that the pollution is controlled to the best possible limits. “This helps us sustain our internal compliances,” he stressed.